Peggy Angus Class Learning Story

Glass Fusing by Michaella

Today Ms Sellens taught us how to fuse glass to make our own jewellery. First we made a pattern with pieces of coloured glass, by sticking them on top of each other. After that Ms Sellens put it in the microwave for 7 minutes to melt and dissolve, then took it out....

Fraction exploration – 5B

This morning the children explored fractions in all different ways. The children created fraction walls, fraction representation using resources (double sided counters as well as folded paper), saw fractions in real life context (battery life) and matched decimals to...

Artsmark

At Lansbury Lawrence we are incredibly proud of the opportunities and experiences we offer children within the arts. We regularly organise exciting trips around current learning themes, have visitors in to inspire our creative thinking, and provide continued...

Spectacular space

At the beginning of the year, we learnt about space. We made replicas of the solar system including the eight planets and the sun in groups of 4 or 3. Our challenge was to make the planets orbit the sun - we all tried to tackle this in different ways. When the space...

Junk modelling

As 'Planet Protectors' we transformed junk into anything we imagined. We recycled recyclables to create something new to decorate our classroom. We created a PS4 out of a cereal box and scrap paper. We also created a piggy bank out of a jar, a plastic bottle and scrap...

International day

Once again we had a fun afternoon at Lansbury Lawrence celebrating the cultural diversity of our school. Thanks to the mums who came and ran the stalls at the International Market. The variety of food made by the mums was delicious and everyone enjoyed tasting it. We...

Year 6 French Cafe

Bonjour!!  Welcome to our French Cafe where you will find the most wonderful and delicious French snacks and cuisine. For a small cost of 20p or 50p you can enjoy the following: cakes, fruit, juice, croissants, biscuits, baguettes, ice cream and much much more!! All...

Suffolk-Day 3

The children visited Maple Farm- again it was a lovely sunny day. The farmer's wife took them around the farm where they saw tomatoes growing in the poly tunnels, chickens and other farm animals. They then collected eggs from the older hens and found out how flour was...

Suffolk- Day 2

The children and teachers have had another great day. Yesterday, the children learnt all about habitats in the nature reserve and had to match them to a photograph along with a description and animals that live there. Then, the children went pond dipping and found...

Suffolk- Day 1

The children had a fantastic first day. Their first adventure was at Rendlesham forest where they had their lunch, played in the 'UFO' inspired playground and then built their own shelters. As you can see the children made some fantastic shelters. Azhar said that the...

The Playground Project!

In Year 5 Lichtenstein Class, we have been involved in an exciting new competition. A landscape architect has been coming into our class to help us redesign the secret garden area of the school. Her name is Hanna Salomonsson and she has told us all about the career...

Easter Hat Parade

Today was our Easter Hat Parade and the hats were magnificent! We all enjoyed watching the children (and some adults) parade with their Easter Hats made from recycled materials. All of the children worked really hard on them at school and at home and there were some...

Sports Relief Dance-a-thon

Dance-a-thon Sports relief this year was a big success with all children taking part in a class dance-a-thon to help raise money for the charity and have a go at dancing their way to becoming dance-a-thon king or queen of their class. Thank you for all your donations...

Maths Problem Solving Workshop

A huge thank you for all the parents/carers and family members, who participated in the workshop this morning.  It was fantastic to see so many of you accepting the challenges presented and working together as teams to solve the problems.  Well done to the Year 6...

Learning to sew

After looking closely at the pattern and detail of the Native American textiles from the British Museum collection, year 5 had a go at sewing their own textile patterns. It was a bit tricky threading the needle...

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